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Edison Resident Honored for 45 Years of Volunteer Service to MCC

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Dorothy Bitetto (L) with College President Joann La Perla-Morales after receiving her resolution for 45 years of volunteer service. Credits: MCC
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EDISON, NJ - Dorothy Bitetto, Middlesex County Class of ’69 and president of the Middlesex County College Alumni Association, was honored at an alumni reception for 45 years of volunteer service to the College.

She was presented with a framed copy of the resolution of the College Board of Trustees. The board approved the resolution at its February meeting.

“This was an amazing surprise to be honored with such a special distinction coming from the Board of Trustees,” Ms. Bitetto said. “What I do for MCC is out of my love and devotion to the College. I am proud to be called an MCC alumna.”

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Ms. Bitetto has been involved as a volunteer with MCC since she graduated in 1969; she was a founding member of the Alumni Association and is currently the president. Over the years, she has worked extensively on numerous events, including the Alumni Art Exhibit. She played key roles in planning and implementing alumni reunions in 1983, 1991 and 2013, and she is now working on the College’s Community Open House and Expo, which is scheduled for April 19.

She also served on the College Foundation’s advisory board and supports its fundraising efforts.

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